What else can you say about this game except, congratulations Max Scherzer. That was one of the most dominating pitching performances that has ever taken place in the history of baseball. It only took 109 pitches for him to complete the no-hitter, and in doing so struck out 17 batters. Were it not for a lazy Yunel Escobar throw, and an even worse Clint Robinson reaction, Scherzer would have easily had his first career perfect game. Instead, he has to settle for his second no-hitter this season. Kudos to him.
For you Mets fans, well, I have nothing good to tell you.